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  • 27 Jul 2015 9:07 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 Fellowship

    Institutions: Sustainability Research Institute (SRI), University of Leeds
    http://www.see.leeds.ac.uk/research/sri/

    Location: Leeds, UK

    Deadline: 30 September 2015

     

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    Sustainable and Resilient Cities

    Faculty: Environment          School: Earth and Environment           Strategic theme(s): Climate ChangeEnergyCities and Sustainable Societies


    Your key aims will be to contribute to research excellence on sustainable and resilient cities at the University of Leeds in terms of leadership, high profile publications and impact cases; to increase the international and national profile of this research excellence, and to foster collaboration in research and teaching on sustainable and resilient cities within the University.  Cities need the necessary capacity to match policies, finance, governance, technologies and business models across scales to deliver innovative solutions to contemporary problems.

    You will be expected to conduct independent and collaborative research, participate and lead on research funding bids, publish in leading academic journals, and disseminate your findings in policy-relevant arenas.  You will also supervise PhD students in the interdisciplinary sustainable and resilient cities theme under faculty and cross-faculty doctoral training initiatives, such as the ESRC White Rose Doctoral Training Centre and the EPSRC Bioenergy Centre for Doctoral Training, for example.  You will play a key role in teaching which could potentially include the core BA/BSc and MSc modules within the Sustainability Research Institute programs.  The teaching topics will include interdisciplinary perspectives on sustainability, risks, hazards and resilience, through business models, governance and organisational capacity, community decision-making, and appropriate investment in sustainability and resilience.  You will be expected to collaborate with the city of Leeds as a living lab for research, with considerable support from Leeds city partners.

    You will have significant proven interdisciplinary research experience within the field of Sustainable and Resilient Cities, including a significant publication track record, a proven ability to work with stakeholders beyond academia, and participation in funding bids. In terms of teaching, a successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the ability to teach at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level.

    Enquiries can be made to Associate Professor Julia Steinberger, email: j.k.steinberger@leeds.ac.uk, tel: +44 (0)785 607 9625.

  • 27 Jul 2015 8:55 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 Research Engineer

    Institutions: Le Laboratoire Lille School Management Research Center (LSMRC – MERCUR - Université Lille 2)
    http://www.skema-research.com/

    Location: Béthune France 

    Deadline: 1 November 2015

    Recrutement Ingénieur d’études – Lille – 1 er novembre 2015 - 31 octobre 2017 à temps partiel 

    Le Laboratoire Lille School Management Research Center (LSMRC – MERCUR - Université Lille 2) lance un appel à candidature pour un contrat d’ingénieur d’études (1er novembre 2015-31 octobre 2017), financé par la Région Nord Pas de Calais sur le projet de recherche suivant : 

    Modèles de développement, externalités et ACV territoriale (MODEVACT) 

    Présentation du projet de recherche 

    Le projet MODEVACT cherche à identifier, évaluer et quantifier la notion de valeur territoriale à partir du développement de nouveaux modèles économiques des entreprises en lien avec le développement durable. La valeur territoriale est définie comme une réponse construite collectivement et conjointement par différents acteurs à un besoin territorial non satisfait par le secteur public ou les acteurs privés. Elle est donc liée à une action collective territoriale et peut prendre diverses formes suivant les acteurs concernés. 

    Le projet se propose ainsi d’identifier plus précisément les différentes formes d'action collective qui donnent lieu à création de cette valeur territoriale, et par conséquent qualifier cette valeur, à partir de l'observation d'expérimentations en Région Nord Pas de Calais, en prenant appui sur l'analyse de nouveaux business models (économie de la fonctionnalité, écologie industrielle et plus généralement l’économie circulaire). 

    L'objectif du projet est de comprendre les jeux d'acteurs autour de cette création et de tester la capacité d'évaluation de ces externalités, à partir d'outils existants, comme l'ACV. 

    Ancré dans le territoire régional, ce projet vise à susciter une synergie entre acteurs scientifiques, associatifs, institutionnels et économiques, visant à faire émerger cette valeur territoriale à travers le jeu d’acteurs et de nouveaux modèles économiques. 

    L’approche pluridisciplinaire de la recherche scientifique allie les sciences de gestion (nouveaux business models et approche méthodologique innovante) (LSMRC-MERCUR), la science économique et l’aménagement du territoire (CRGA-EVS), et l’ingénierie environnementale (LGEI). 

    Partenaires du projet 

    Le projet, d'une durée de 24 mois, est financé par la Région Nord-Pas de Calais. Il mobilise une équipe pluridisciplinaire. Outre le pilotage par le laboratoire LSMRC-MERCUR (Sciences de gestion - Université Lille 2), des membres du CRGA –EVS (aménagement et économie, Lyon 3) participent au projet ainsi que des chercheurs du Laboratoire de Génie de l’Environnement Industriel (LGEI) de l’Ecole des mines d’Alès. Des partenaires territoriaux seront également sollicités : le CD2E, le CERDD, le Club d'économie de la fonctionnalité du Nord-Pas de Calais (Club Noé) et la mairie de Grande-Synthe notamment. 

    Missions : 

    La personne recrutée participera à la rédaction de la revue de littérature, à la méthodologie d'élaboration de l'ACV et aux enquêtes de terrain. Elle rédigera les livrables et participera à la rédaction de documents scientifiques et de publications. Elle pourra le cas échéant participer à des restitutions orales de résultats de recherche. 

    Compétences requises : 

    Le (la) candidat(e) devra de préférence être titulaire d’un Master en sciences de gestion, d’un Master en sciences économiques ou d’un Master en Aménagement du territoire avec une spécialisation développement durable. Profil ingénieur possible avec forte implication en sciences sociales. 

    Il (elle) devra justifier des compétences suivantes : 

    - capacité à intégrer des problématiques transversales, autour de thématiques comme l'économie de fonctionnalité, l'écologie industrielle et l'ACV pour mener des études bibliographiques et restituer des contenus rédactionnels de niveau recherche. 

    - capacité à mener des enquêtes comprenant le recueil et le traitement de données empiriques (approches qualitatives des pratiques et des discours) 

    - capacité à utiliser les outils bureautiques usuels 

    - capacité à utiliser ou se former à utiliser les outils quantitatifs usuels en statistique et/ou cartographie et/ou en ACV 

    - une aisance en anglais est requise, en vue de publications et échanges internationaux. 

    Date prévisionnelle d’embauche : 1 er novembre 2015 

    Contrat CDD, temps partiel : 50%, 1 an renouvelable, pour une durée maximale de 24 mois. 

    Rémunération brute autour de 880 euros. 

    Lieu de travail : Roubaix 

    Le dossier de candidature devra comporter : 

    - Lettre de motivation - Curriculum vitae - Mémoire de Master 2 sous forme électronique (ou autre travail jugé pertinent) - Relevé des notes de Master (M1 et M2) - Lettre(s) de recommandation éventuelle Date limite de dépôt des candidatures : 30 septembre 2015 

    Les dossiers et les demandes de renseignement seront adressés par courrier électronique à isabelle.robert-2@univ-lille2.fr entre le 1 er septembre 2015 et le 30 septembre 2015. Les candidat(e)s retenu(e)s sur dossier seront convoqué(e)s à un entretien, à distance si nécessaire

  • 27 Jul 2015 8:43 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 Post-doctoral position

    Institutions: AQUIMER
    http://www.poleaquimer.com/en/aquimer/competitiveness-pole.html

    Location: Boulogne-sur-Mer,France 

    Deadline: 

    CHARGE DE MISSION (H/F) 

    Association créée en 1999 et labellisée Pôle de Compétitivité en 2005, AQUIMER est spécialisé dans la valorisation des produits aquatiques. Son rôle est de faciliter l’émergence d’idées et de projets de Recherche et Développement, de leur montage à la recherche de financements, jusqu’à la mise sur le marché. AQUIMER favorise ainsi la compétitivité des entreprises, aide ces dernières à pérenniser et développer leurs activités par l’innovation et le développement de projets collaboratifs. 

    Missions 

    - Prospection auprès des entreprises du secteur des produits aquatiques pour promouvoir le Pôle, recueillir leurs besoins, identifier les démarches pertinentes et faire émerger des projets,

     - Pour un besoin défini : 

    - recherche de partenaires/prestataires, mises en relation, 

    - soutien technique et administratif pour le montage des projets (participation à l’élaboration des dossiers, recherche de financements, rédaction d’accords de consortium pour les projets collaboratifs), 

    - accompagnement des porteurs de projets dans la phase de réalisation sous la forme d’une assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage, 

    - réalisation de diagnostics de fin de projet afin de mesurer les retombées de ceux-ci, 

    - conseil et mise en relation avec des partenaires pour la mise en marché des innovations développées, 

    - Développement et animation du réseau : 

    - mise en relation d’entreprises ayant des problématiques voisines, 

    - organisation et tenue d’ateliers / groupes de travail thématiques, 

    - participation aux réseaux et salons, nationaux et internationaux, en lien avec l’innovation et l’agroalimentaire. 

    - Mission complémentaire à mi-temps sur deux ans (2016-2017) 

    Dans le cadre d’un projet labellisé par le pôle sur la thématique Analyse du Cycle de Vie, vous serez en charge de la collecte des données d’Inventaires de Cycle de Vie auprès des professionnels de la filière halieutique ; mais aussi de la veille bibliographique et de l’analyse de l’état de l’art. 

    Profil 

    De formation supérieure de type ingénieur/master agro-alimentaire avec une spécialisation en environnement ou master environnement avec une spécialisation agroalimentaire, vous bénéficiez idéalement d’une expérience de 2 à 5 ans dans la gestion de projet de R&D agro-alimentaire vous ayant permis d’intégrer ses différentes facettes (scientifique, technologique, économique, management, propriété industrielle,…). Une bonne connaissance de la filière halieutique, un savoir-faire en Analyse du Cycle de Vie (ACV) et un bon maniement des outils informatiques sont également souhaités. 

    Autant commercial que technologue, votre excellent sens relationnel vous permet de vous adapter à la variété des interlocuteurs rencontrés (chefs d’entreprises, chercheurs, services de l’Etat et des collectivités territoriales,…). Maîtrise de l’anglais, capacités rédactionnelle et de synthèse, réactivité, autonomie et esprit d’équipe seront garants de la réussite des missions confiées. 

    Poste 

    Poste CDI basé à Boulogne-sur-Mer (62), fréquents déplacements à prévoir. Rémunération selon expérience. 

    AQUIMER 

    Thierry MISSONNIER, Directeur 

    16, rue du Commandant Charcot - 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer (France) 

    Tél : 03 21 10 78 98 

    contact@poleaquimer.com 

    www.poleaquimer.com


  • 27 Jul 2015 8:31 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 Post-doctoral position

    Institutions: National Graduate School of Engineering Chemistry of Lille
    http://www.ensc-lille.fr/art106-106-182-training-at-enscl.html

    Location: Villeneuve d’Ascq - France 

    Deadline: 30 September 2015

    Life cycle assessment of industrial processes used in the dairy industries 

    • Laboratory description 

    The project will be carried out between two research groups of UMET (Interface Processes and Hygiene of Materials and Engineering of polymeric systems) in collaboration with the Laboratory of Mechanics of Lille (Laboratoire de Mécanique de Lille, LML). 

    The UMET laboratory (Unit of Materials and Transformations) was created in January 2010 following the merger of four former laboratories of the Lille campus. It hosts a large part of the research in Materials Science of the University of Lille. The laboratory includes 52 professors and assistant professors, 11 CNRS researchers, 20 technical and admin staff, 53 PhD students, and 9 researchers on temporary contracts or emeritus, accounting for a total of about 150 members, including 83 permanent staff. The laboratory is divided into five research groups: 

    1.  Molecular and therapeutic materials 
    2.  Physics of minerals 
    3.  Metallurgy and engineering of materials 
    4.  Interface Processes and Hygiene of Materials 
    5.  Engineering of polymeric systems 

    All groups work in materials science, but with different applications. The UMET laboratory belongs also to a larger consortium (research federation) called "Fédération de Recherche Michel-Eugène Chevreul", that hosts laboratories related to materials science in Northern France. The UMET is one of the three largest members of the consortium. Among other tasks, the consortium is in charge of running large scale experimental facilities (NMR, electron diffraction, X-ray diffraction, mass spectroscopy, vibrationnal spectroscopy...). The UMET is hosting the common Research Center of Microscopies of the University of Lille within its building and provides the associated technical staff. 

    The Laboratory of Mechanics is equally a CNRS affiliated research structure, which is specialized in the study of the mechanical behaviour and properties of different materials for industrial applications and under divers solicitations. It is composed of around 100 permanent staff and has for academic supervisors the University Lille 1, the engineering schools Ecole Centrale de Lille and ENSAM (Ecole Nationale d'arts et Métiers).

    • Research project 

    Fouling in food-processing industries leads to the functional decline of thermal and hydrodynamic equipment performances, decreased product quality and lack of sterility as well as decrease of the surface hygiene. These last points particularly induce a severe sanitary risk by favouring the development of pathogenic agents. Food contamination creates an enormous social and economic burden on communities and their health systems. These serious consequences force the food-processing industries, and particularly the milk-processing industries, to take drastic and expensive daily cleaning measures leading also to environmental concerns. Indeed, the frequent cleanings result in a pronounced impact due to the high amounts of detergents and energy required for cleaning generating excess effluent. One way among others to solve this problem is for example to develop antifouling surface treatments to durably reduce the fouling and cleaning frequencies in the dairy industry. However, the environmental footprint of such treatment was never reported in the literature. 

    In that frame, the objectives of this project are to develop a methodology permitting to assess the environmental footprint and to consider the sustainability criteria of processing / cleaning cycles / alternative technical solutions proposed in the literature and developed in our research teams. In particular, this includes the consideration of the main steps of the Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) methodology as they are defined by the actual ISO normalisation (the 14040-14044 standards). A particular attention will be given to some important points, respectively: i) the definition of the main system boundaries and of the functional unit of the considered system, (considering the quality and the nutritional value of the products), ii) the selection of the relevant impact categories (choice of indicators covering all relevant environmental, economic and social impacts), iii) the handling of allocation criteria. 

    New data quality indicators allowing to assess the uncertainty (methodological, technical, and related to the collected or available data) and variability (geographic and temporal) will be developed. In particular reliability, completeness, temporal, geographical and technological correlation will be considered, they will be evaluated by considering the main collected parameters of the developed processes and materials combined with statistical methods. The project will include three main steps: 

    1. The LCA of the industrial references processes. Based on the bibliographic data of the standard conditions used in the milk industries a first environmental assessment will be developed, the obtained results will constitute the comparison base for the alternative processes that will be assessed. 
    2. Use of the LCA methodology for the assessment, the selection and the analysis of the most relevant processes and cleaning sequences. 
    3. Investigate the extrapolation of the LCA regarding a change of the scale (from Lab to pilot scales). 

    • Qualifications/RequirementsThe candidate should have a PhD thesis in the field of materials or engineering process including the sustainable approach. He/she should demonstrate the ability to work in a team, have a good record of researchand quality such as conscientiousness, enthusiasm… Benefits: the knowledge of an LCA software would be appreciated. 
    • Additional skills Grant: 2400€ brut/month Duration:1 year post doctoral position starting 1 st November 2015 Employeur: ENSCL Job location: Villeneuve d’Ascq - France 
    • Submission of Applications Resume and cover letter including a statement of interest in the position should be sent before 30/09/2015 to Sophie DUQUESNE and Guillaume DELAPLACE.

    Sophie DUQUESNE 

    ENSCL 

    Unité Matériaux et Transformations (UMET) - UMR-CNRS 8207 

    Av. Mendeleïev, CS 90108, 59652 

    Villeneuve d'Ascq 

    Tel: +33 (0)3 20 33 72 36 

    E-mail: sophie.duquesne@ensc-lille.fr 

    Guillaume DELAPLACE 

    INRA Villeneuve 

    Unité Matériaux et Transformations (UMET) - UMR-CNRS 8207 

    369 rue Jules Guesde BP 20039 

    59651 VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ CEDEX 

    Tel : +33 (0) 3 20 43 54 37 

    E-mail : Guillaume.Delaplace@lille.inra.fr

  • 24 Jul 2015 8:43 AM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 Post-doctoral position

    Institutions: The Faculty of Applied Sciences, the University of Artois, inside LGCgE Laboratory (Civil Engng and geo Environment Laboratory)
    http://www.univ-artois.fr/

    Location: Béthune France 

    Deadline: 1 November 2015

    Post-doctoral position: 

    Implementing LCA and LCCA in building renewal. Context: The Faculty of Applied Sciences, from the University of Artois, inside LGCgE Laboratory (Civil Engng and geo Environment Laboratory), offers a 12 months post-doctoral position located in Bethune city, France, starting early in 2016.

     This position is part of a research project, in partnership with a social housing rental company Maisons et Cités, SOGINORPA, with CD2E, CIRAIG and 3 other partners. This project will be dedicated to the life cycle analysis and life cycle cost analysis of the renewal of mid-20th century buildings. The project aim is to initiate the development of a practical tool that could help the social landlord and the architect in their choice of environment friendly and cost friendly construction materials and flat equipment. 

    The missions of the post-doc first consist in supporting and developing the LCA and LCCA on a representative renewal. In a second step, the results will highlight action levers in order to reach the best possible environmental performance and rules will be drawn from those analysis. In the last step of the project, different paths will be considered for the development of a future tool, practitionnable by any landlord or architect.

    More information can be obtained from alain.bataille@univ-artois.fr

    Applicant: 

    The candidate has an initial education and expertise in Civil Engineering and/or construction material. An Experience in Life Cycle Analysis or in LCCA (data collection, analysis practice, sensibility …) would be appreciated. 

    A good level in English is essential. French language mastering would also be of importance. 

    The candidate should have a sense of initiative, of autonomy and of supervisor reporting. 

    To apply: 

    Please send a letter, a detailed CV, as well as any useful document (reports, PhD thesis, articles…) before 1 st November 2015, to Alain. Bataille@univ-artois.fr 

    On the basis of sent documents, applicants will be selected for an interview at the end of 2015. 

    Work place: 

    Université d’Artois 

    Faculté des sciences Appliquées 

    LGCgE 

    Technoparc Futura 

    62400 Béthune 

    France 

  • 21 Jul 2015 10:10 AM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: 1 PhD Research Assistant (75%) OR PostDoc (100%)

    Institutions: Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM)Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany
    http://www.leuphana.de/en/institutes/csm.html

    Location: Lueneburg, Germany

    Deadline: 15 August 2015

    “Open Innovation & Sustainability in the Mobile Phone Industry” 

    Salary according to TV-L E13 (State of Lower Saxony) 

    The CSM is a leading research, teaching and transfer institution in the context of sustainability management and innovation and has about 25 employees. The university has been on an ambitious and widely recognised transformation process towards a sustainable university for more than a decade. 

    The position is part of an integrated research project funded by the Volkswagen Foundation and the State of Lower Saxony, Germany (“Niedersachsen Vorab”) on the topic of “Sustainable consumption of ICT: dialogue and transformation through open innovation”. The successful candidate will be responsible for a work package dealing with the analysis of collaborative innovation approaches for sustainable products and services in the mobile phone sector, particularly from an integrated product development perspective (e.g. eco, social or modularised phone design and related services). The work package is supervised by Prof. Erik G. Hansen (close collaboration with the 2nd work package, supervised by Prof. Stefan Schaltegger). 

    Your tasks: 

    • Literature and desk-research on collaborative/open sustainability innovation and design methods 

    • Conducting qualitative case studies on entrepreneurial sustainability initiatives in the mobile phone industry (specific cases are planned in the Netherlands and Germany) 

    • Local collaboration with a second PhD at the CSM and collaboration with partner institutions 

    • Conducting workshops with companies and societal stakeholders 

    • Presentation at international research conferences 

    • Publications in peer-reviewed journals • Project reporting and administration 

    Your profile: 

    • Master’s Degree in Innovation and Technology Management, Sustainability Management, Business Administration or related field 

    • Industry experience (e.g. internship) 

    • Dedication to contribute to sustainability-oriented transformation of industries and societies 

    • Conversational skills in English and German (Dutch of advantage)

     Interviews will likely take place on 27 August with employment starting on 1 October 2015. For any questions, please contact Prof. Dr. Erik Hansen (erik.hansen@uni.leuphana.de). Please send your electronic CV and related certificates to Ms. Muehl-Beulke (bewerbung@uni.leuphana.de, subject “NIKT-CSM”), HR Service, Leuphana University of Lüneburg.


  • 09 Jul 2015 8:32 AM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title:  Research Associate:  Management of Mineral Resource Extraction in Vietnam - Material Flow Analysis (MFA) part time (f/m)

    Institution:  Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development,  http://www.ioer.de/aktuelles/stellenausschreibungen/

    Location:  Vietnam

    Deadline:  July 31, 2015

    The successful (PhD-) candidate will investigate current and future demands for building materials as well as the extent of construction and demolition waste using scenario methods. To this end it is planned to develop a settlement model to describe the future development of the built environment (buildings and infrastructure) and to derive respective material flows. 

    Funding is based on a third-party budget in line with the general accord of the German Länder (TV-L).

     


  • 09 Jul 2015 7:58 AM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title:  Research Associate:  Management of Mineral resource Extraction in Vietnam - Project coordination and legal questions full time (f/m

     

    Institution:  Leibniznstitute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, http://www.ioer.de/aktuelles/stellenausschreibungen/

    Location:  Hanoi City Region, Vietnam

    Deadline:  July 31,2015

    The successful candidate will play a decisive role in an international, transdisciplinary team, combining tasks of project coordination and contributing to the establishment of a business-policy interface in order to support the sustainable management of mineral resource extraction in the Hanoi city region. A further task will be the assessment of legal framework conditions in Vietnam. 

    Further information is available under www.ioer.de/aktuelles/stellenausschreibungen/.

  • 02 Jul 2015 3:37 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate

    Institutions: School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science, University of Manchester http://www.ceas.manchester.ac.uk/

    Location: Manchester, UK

    Deadline: 31 July 2015


    Reference : E&PS-06717

    Faculty / Organisational unit : Engineering & Physical Sciences 

    School / Directorate : School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science 

    Division : CEAS General Staff 

    Employment type : Fixed Term

    Duration : Available from 01/09/15 until 28/02/17 

    Location : Sackville Street, Manchester

    Salary : £30,434 to £32,277 per annum

    Hours per week : Full time


    The University of Manchester is seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate funded through the EPSRC grant, A Comprehensive and Coordinated Approach to Carbon Capture and Utilisation (4CU).

    4CU aims to put the UK at the forefront of international work in the field of carbon capture and utilisation by converting CO2 to fuels. The programme grant involves the University of Sheffield (lead), the University of Manchester, University College London and Queens University Belfast. The project will provide a model example and a ‘tool box’ of relevant unit operations, catalysts, materials and sustainability assessment techniques. This is the first attempt of its kind in the UK and is different from previous as the focus is on carbon utilisation rather than storage.

    Your role will involve sustainability evaluation of different CCU options. This will be carried out using tools such as process flow sheeting, life cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle costing (LCC) to help identify and design more sustainable CCU options.

    You will work under the leadership of Professor Adisa Azapagic and Dr Rosa Cuéllar-Franca and will be based in the Sustainable Industrial Systems (SIS) research group within the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science. For more information on SIS and 4CU, visit www.sustainable-systems.org.uk.   

    You will have an excellent first degree and a PhD in chemical engineering. A proven track record in LCA and LCC is also essential, as well as familiarity with process design. Working knowledge of Aspen would be a distinct advantage.

    The School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science is committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women’s careers in STEMM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) in higher education. The School received a Silver Award in 2012 for their commitment to the representation of women in the workplace and we particularly welcome applications from women for this post. Appointment will always be made on merit. For further information, please visit: http://www.ceas.manchester.ac.uk/about-us/athena-swan/.

    Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:

    Professor Adisa Azapagic, Professor of Sustainable Chemical Engineering.

    Email: adisa.azapagic@manchester.ac.uk

    Tel: 0161 306 4363


    General enquiries:

    Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk

    Tel: 0161 275 4499


    Technical support:

    Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk

    Tel: 01565 818 234


    Date of external posting: Tuesday 30 June 2015

    This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.

  • 01 Jul 2015 1:50 PM | Tianjun Hou (Administrator)

    Title: Senior Research Fellow

    Institutions: Swinburne Institute for Social Research http://www.swinburne.edu.au/research/institute-social-research/

    Location: Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia

    Deadline: 5 pm on 23 July 2015

    Senior Research Fellow (position number: 31490)

    • Swinburne Institute for Social Research  
    • 1 position available at Academic level C, D or E (dependent on qualifications and experience)
    • Salary: from $105,726 plus 17% superannuation (dependent on qualifications and experience)
    • Full-time, fixed term position until September 2018, based at the Hawthorn campus

    In recent years, Swinburne has progressed to become one of the world’s leading universities, ranking as one of the top 400 universities in the world, as assessed by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, and one of the top 75 in the world in physics.

    A Senior Research Fellow position is required to provide high level management of and input to the research, reporting, stakeholder engagement and graduate student liaison.  The position will be centred at the Node of Excellence in Smart Low Carbon Urban Design & Retrofit to be established at Swinburne University of Technology in collaboration with the CRC for Low Carbon Living.

    Skills and Experience
    An earned doctoral qualification in discipline aligned to CRC Node research activity (eg. applied social science related to low carbon living and behaviour, low carbon urban design, low carbon transport/mobility, smart low carbon cities).

    A full list of the selection criteria is available within the position descriptions at the relevant academic level C, D and E

    Benefits  
    As a Swinburne staff member you will have access to many benefits and opportunities including salary packaging options, Employee Assistance Program as well as discounts on private health insurance, newspaper subscriptions, movie tickets, transport, computers and software.

    To find out more about the extensive benefits offered to Swinburne employees please visit: http://www.swinburne.edu.au/about/jobs/why-work-at-swinburne/

    How to apply
    Swinburne is an Employer of Choice of Gender Equality 2014 as recognised by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. Swinburne encourages applications from Indigenous people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, women and men.

    To start an application click on 'begin' at the bottom of the page and submit a resume, cover letter and response to the Key Selection Criteria, as listed in the Position Description.

    Please do not email or send paper applications, all applications must be submitted online

    For further information, please contact Prof. Peter Newton on tel +613 9214 4769

    If you are experiencing technical difficulties submitting your application, please contact the Recruitment team on +61 3 9214 8600 (option 2).

    Refer to position number: 31490
    Applications close at 5pm on 23 July 2015

    Click here for level E position description

    Click here for level D position description

    Click here for level C position description

    How to apply:

    • If you have NOT registered with our Online Application System, you can begin your Application by clicking the 'Begin' button.
    • If you are unsure if you have registered before, click here and follow the steps.
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